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First of all, “What is a question?” A question is a linguistic expression used to make a request for information. The information requested may be provided in the form of an answer. In regard to fashion and the fashion industry, there are tons or valid questions that need to be answered. The industry is rather complex and the number of issues that need to be resolved is boundless. For example, here are a few questions:
What is the difference between woven fabric and knit fabric?
What is the difference between Interlock Fabric and Jersey Fabrics?
Is Kersey a typo for Jersey?
What is Wash and Wear?
What does Shed of the Loom mean?
What is the difference between Shear and Sheer?
What is a Clothes Maker?
What is a marker?
What is grading?
What is vintage fashion?
What is antimicrobial fabric?
Why is silver used in textiles?
Is wearing clothing with copper beneficial?
Above contains only a few examples. We encourage you to formulate new ones. You can utilize the fashion discussion forum at the Fashion Industry Network and the fashion community on Google+ to post your relevant thoughts. On those sites you can ask questions as well as lend your knowledge to help answer ones posed by others. If you plan to utilize those resources, please don’t ask questions such as, "Tell me your name” or "Would you pass the salt?". The idea is to discuss fashion and textile relevant questions ONLY.
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